Felix the Cat (unreleased Famicom port; 1992)


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Felix the Cat (Famicom version)
Magazine ad for the game.
Magazine ad for the game.
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Felix the Cat (フィリックス・ザ・キャット) is a 1992 NES and Game Boy game published and developed by Hudson Soft in North America and Europe. It is based on the cartoon of the same name. The player controls Felix as he sets out to defeat the evil Mad Professor who has kidnapped Felix's lovely girlfriend, Kitty.

Not much is known about the Japanese Famicom version of the game except that it was going to be released on December 18th, 1992 with a price of 5,800 yen, but it was canceled for unknown reasons.[1] No prototypes or other information for the Famicom version have surfaced.

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References

  1. Japanese Twitter post. Retrieved 26 Jun '16.

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Nodog

13 months ago
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нет
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EssentialBiscuit

12 months ago
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Haha
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Anonymous user #1

9 months ago
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Isn't this infamous for Felix's face being ripped off as the game over screen.
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FFeathers

9 months ago
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I'm pretty sure that's only in bootleg copies.
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Anonymous user #2

8 months ago
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It's a Russian genesis bootleg game, duh!
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IMTHEBEAST

8 months ago
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i foud some game footage but im not sure if its the right one https://www....=V2UQEGOwzIY
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RetroGameFan9000

8 months ago
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It's a released version, not a unreleased Japanese version
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Smolbork

3 months ago
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h e t
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RonBailey

2 months ago
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Some scans of another promo of the game here. http://famic...gs/?no=L0252
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Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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A bootleg Russian Felix the Cat game exists.
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RetroGameFan9000

1 months ago
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That's for the Sega Genesis, not this page.
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Anonymous user #4

1 months ago
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Ok , I'm always on for trying to find any kind of lost media no matter how pointless it's finding may seem, but I can see literally no point in this being found. It would more than likely be the exact same thing as the nes game, just in Japanese. And it's not like there would be any unused voice acting. This was on the nes, so any translation would be in the text, so someone could easily just make a ROM hack of the game that would be the exact same thing. I'm sorry, but I see no reason for this to be found
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Anonymous user #5

1 months ago
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The only reason to find any game's prototype is because ROM preservation.
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Anonymous user #6

1 months ago
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Yes, but like I already said, this would most likely just be the original game translated into Japanese, and since we have the English ROM uploaded online already, there is basically nothing lost.
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Anonymous user #6

1 months ago
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Also, I'm the same guy as anonymous user 4.
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